‘Reviews status of Nursing College, Indoor Stadium in Billawar’
‘MLA pays surprize visit to Sub District Hospital’
Former Deputy Chief Minister and MLA Dr. Nirmal Singh today asked the district administration to identify the land for setting up of a Nursing college at Billawar and directed the revenue authorities to hold camps for on spot distribution of income certificates to the applicants. He also paid a surprise visit to Sub District hospital Billawar and inspected various facilities in the hospital.
During interaction with the patients and the attendants apprised him of the insanitary conditions and lack of clean drinking water facility in the hospital.
Leader of the BJP Legislative Party Dr. Nirmal Singh after personally visiting the hospital complex asked the Block Medical Officer to immediately look into the matter and address the problem of in sanitation and drinking water facility. He also asked the BMO to make up the deficiency in modern medical equipment and also assured to provide funds out of CDF, if the Medical department expresses its inability to provide the modern machinery. He also called up Executive Engineer Ground Water Division and asked him to fix the hand pump installed in the SDH complex within a weeks’ time.
Dr. Nirmal Singh, who is on a three days tour of the Billawar Assembly constituency also visited Naz ground, the site for indoor sports complex and took review of the proposed framework for starting work on the complex.
Later Dr. Nirmal Singh addressing two public meetings at Dungara and Tilla said that Billawar is fast emerging as a model town during past about a year. He said that developmental works worth Rs. 200 crore have been sanctioned for Billawar constituency. He said that whatever promises he made during the election campaign are bearing fruits. Lashing heavily at the opponents, Former deputy chief Minister said that forces inimical to the development and peace in the state are trying to mislead the people by indulging in false propoganda and unfounded allegations. He said that corruption was at its lowest ebb during the BJP-PDP rule and development was at its peak. He asked the people not to be misled by propaganda of the vested interests.